|Classic Television Commercials|
Classic Television Commercials
Keywords: Classic Television Commercials
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|Franken Berry / Count Chocula : Tevevision Commercial 1971 - General Mills|
Count Chocula and Franken Berry were both introduced in 1971. Boo Berry Cereal appeared in 1973 followed by Fruit Brute in 1974. Yummy Mummy appeared more than a decade later in 1988 - completing the the group known as the General Mills Monster Cereals.
Keywords: Third Eye Cinema; Classic Television Commercials; animation; cartoons; General Mills
|Hollywood Offbeat (Steve Randall) - The Trial - Episode 13|
In this filmed series, screen star Melvyn Douglas appeared as a disbarred lawyer who had turned sleuth in an attempt to regain his right to practice law. A suave, mustachioed detective, he greased his way through assorted cases of blackmail and murder before finally reaching his goal - reinstatement as a lawyer - in the final episode. There this short series ended. Prior to it's network run, some episodes of Steve Randall were seen locally under the title of Hollywood Offbeat...
Keywords: Public Domain; Classic TV; Television; 1953; Steve Randall; Detective; Drama; DuMont; CBS; Commercials; Classic Television Commercials
|Quisp Cereal : Television Commercial : 1966 - Jay Ward|
Quisp is a sugar-sweetened breakfast cereal from the Quaker Oats Company. It was introduced in 1965 and continued as a mass-market grocery item until the late 1970s. Sometime afterward, the company sold the item sporadcially, and upon the rise of the Internet began selling it primarily online. Quisp was initially marketed with a sister brand, Quake. Its joint-product television commercials were produced by Jay Ward, a major producer of animated television series.
Keywords: Third Eye Cinema; classic television commercials; 1960's pop culture; saturday morning cartoons; cartoon; animated; Jay Ward
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